Chris Johnson, released by the Titans earlier this month, met with the Jets Tuesday. He took in a Nets-Knicks game that night, and by Wednesday ... he remains a free agent. He told a group of reporters that "everything went well" in his meet-and-greet with the Jets but offered little in the way of actual details.

"I'm just taking it one day at a time, taking my time, and whatever decision I make, it will be the best decision," he said. As for what exactly he likes about the Jets, Johnson reiterated that he's "taking it one day at a time" before adding, "That's all I'm going to say."

The Jets, who reportedly have no concerns about Johnson's work ethic, could certainly use some depth at running back; as it stands, Bilal Powell and Chris Ivory top the depth chart.

Johnson did say that he plans to visit other teams, although he didn't name them. According to ESPN.com, the Falcons, Bills and Dolphins are said to be interested.

CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco noted earlier this month that wherever Johnson ends up, he won't be the explosive player we saw early in his career, but a capable veteran who would be at his best in a backs-back-committee system.